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  • Vastu Tips for Homes - Positive Energy with Vastu
    a residence and every proud home owner hopes visitors will feel welcome Many people tend to decorate their hallway as an afterthought or not at all creating an untidy and uninviting mood Others fill a hallway with clutter creating an unruly obstacle course instead of a seamless transition into the rest of the house Here are some simple and effective tips for promoting positive energy into your hallway entrance Add a small vase or lamp A small lamp located near the centre of your hallway will provide a welcoming energy Make sure it doesn t impede on space or look cluttered A flower vase will have a similar effect and make visitors feel instantly comfortable If the hallway is narrow or limited in length consider hangings artworks or fixtures that don t project out Avoid having a mirror at the main entrance According to Vastu a mirror facing the main door is a hindrance to household harmony and prosperity It will push away good energy and stop it entering the house North and east are considered directions inviting positive energy flow so avoid mirrors facing in these directions A mirror that doesn t face the door will bring positive energy to the home as long as it faces a direction following Vastu principles Always avoid mirrors facing and reflecting each other as they promote restlessness among family members Situate a Buddha near the house entrance Most of us are familiar with houses that have a Buddha statue near the front door The significance is that a Buddha facing the front door will keep negative energy away from the home Respect the Buddha statue by placing it on a raised platform or table and it will nullify adverse impacts around the home If possible face the Buddha toward the rising sun

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  • Our Blog About Removals – Page 7
    or Donate Things Keep reading Posted in Moving Tips Apr 9 Do Not Move Items Moving can be a big hassle Often times when offices are being packed up in preparation for a big move people tend to pack items that can t or shouldn t be shipped Great care must be taken to ensure that these items are left off of your packing list Hazardous Materials Office removals often include Keep reading Posted in Moving Tips Apr 4 How to Hold a Moving Sale A move is a good time to get rid of a lot of the possessions that may have been weighing you down A moving sale won t just save you money in terms of not having to pay to move the items or pay someone to do removals It can actually make you money You ll just Keep reading Posted in Moving Tips Mar 29 How to Move Plants Moving to a new home is an exciting experience You take great care in packing to make sure all of your possessions arrive intact Of course you want to do the same with your plants Before packing them up for a move keep in mind that special care should be taken so they are healthy Keep reading Posted in Moving Tips Mar 3 Renting Versus Buying Knowing what the best strategy is when it comes to property in today s market can be tricky and partially depends on you financial and domestic situation as well as the area in which you live We outline the major pros and cons of both to help you make that difficult decision Why stay as Keep reading Posted in Home and Garden Feb 24 How to Update Your Bathroom on a Budget When it comes to selling your home the

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  • Our Blog About Removals – Page 8
    items you may prefer to pack and transport Keep reading Posted in Packing Tips Nov 16 How To Make A Smooth Apartment Move Even if the reasons for a move are positive moving is almost never a pleasant situation however it is possible to plan ahead and employ a professional moving company in Sydney in order to make a move go as smoothly as possible Timing Can Be Everything Timing has a significant impact on a move but Keep reading Posted in Moving Tips Nov 9 Your Move Timetable Planning a schedule that includes moving tasks and working hard to stick to that schedule can make a move go much more smoothly Use the timetable outlined below to create a checklist of tasks that need to be completed prior to a move Four Weeks Before the Move This is the time for you to Keep reading Posted in Moving Tips Oct 30 How To Pack For Your Move Are you looking for ways to save money on your move By following these guidelines for packing your own belongings you can save money and ensure that your stuff get to its destination safely When packing your own belongings it s important to remember that most moving carriers reserve the right to check boxes you ve packed Keep reading Posted in Packing Tips Oct 1 Social Media and Local Directories We try to collect all our social media and local directory profiles in this post so our customers can write reviews or contact through different channels Sydney Moving on Facebook Sydney Move on Twitter Sydney Move on Google Local a k a Places Sydney Moving on Truelocal and Product Review Sydney Move on Foursquare and on Manta Keep reading Posted in Sydney Moving Sep 26 Blog Keep reading Posted in Sep 26

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  • Moving tips by Sydney Moving
    s responsibility such as disconnection and reconnection of power Keep reading Posted in Sydney Moving Mar 30 Removals in the Eastern Suburbs The Eastern Suburbs of Sydney is one of the oldest and most established areas of the city It s located close to Australia s largest employment market Sydney CBD and is one of Australia s flourishing real estate markets The economic strength of the Eastern Suburbs is reflected in average wages and home values of local residents The compact Keep reading Posted in Moving Tips Mar 13 10 Tonne Truck Removalists One of the most common mistakes people make when moving is underestimating the amount of possessions they have Many people run out of packing boxes tape and materials before they are even half way through the packing procedure Whether it s children s toys garden equipment or household goods everything takes up room and needs to be Keep reading Posted in Sydney Moving Mar 5 How Much Does a Removalist Cost Whether you are planning to make your next move around the block or interstate chances are you will require the services of a removalist company There are quite a few expenses involved in relocating connection of power phone and internet plus ongoing mortgage or rent payments just to name a few You will also need to Keep reading Posted in Sydney Moving Jan 30 Moving Internet to a New House Moving house is an exciting and often stressful time There is so much to do and so much to look forward to Your move might signal the start of new beginnings at work new schools for the kids and the opportunity to make new friends It s important to keep a check list handy of everything Keep reading Posted in Moving Tips Jan 14 Furniture Removals

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  • How to Restore Your Fireplace Effectively & Cost-Effectively
    interior designers The goal here is to know in advance what you want most importantly in terms of restoration procedure Determine the current condition of the fireplace Key questions include Has the fireplace been covered Where is the chimney breastwork Do I need a new fireplace and if yes where to put it How extensively should I restore the existing fireplace Figure Out Your Options When it comes to fireplace restoration your options are as diverse as rainbow colours says Anne D a Sidney based interior designer I ve known for years Determine what residence type you have as well as the intended fireplace locale Think about things like removals and architectural fitness key elements that not only ascribe aesthetic prominence to your house but also make life easier for removalists when it comes time for you to move out of your residence For example if you have a Victorian or Federation residence try to put back the cast iron insert as well as the proper surround for the era Anne D my interior designer friend says you should not use a fireplace for any other purpose say a bookcase She recommends you either reinstate the fireplace or completely close the area Seek Professional Help When planning a fireplace improvement or restoration reach out to as many professionals as you can Besides interior designers enlist assistance from fireplace coordinators and architects depending on your budget needs and house type Don t forget removalists and other removal experts They too can dispense relevant insight into things like location access and mobility These experts also can work with you to refine your needs to understand the subtleties of fireplace restoration and to tell you whether your budget will be sufficient or whether you will have to dole out tens or hundreds more

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  • How to Choose the Best Colour Mix in Your House
    So determine what you want in your house and make sure everything is in sync throughout the residence For example if you are a pink aficionada make sure that colour fits nicely with other hues in your home says Steven W a Sydney based interior designer and expert removalist Seek Expert Insight When selecting colours to display in your abode you should seek an expert s insight Not that the specialist would tell you which hues to select but he or she can provide relevant tips on the overall architectural and aesthetic bent of your beautification project In clear the expert can tell you what the current trends are in terms of colours and hue mix how to reduce expenses where to buy quality paints and how to complete tasks within deadlines Peek Into Your Wallet Peek into your wallet to stay within your budget an important exercise to reduce long term renovation costs When planning a painting job think about everything from moving in to moving out says Steven W the expert in furniture removals For example you certainly don t want to choose pricey paint or rare hues if you don t plan to live in the house for a long time Aligning your budget with your paint job makes economic sense because the last thing you want is to deal with cost overruns the kind that poke a hole in your finances and forces you to take on debt to complete a home beautification project Get Others Feedback Experts are not the only people you should talk to when planning your decoration initiative Chat with relatives friends and colleagues Their collective wisdom is helpful especially if selecting hues and displaying them nicely are not your forte I m sure you would find someone well versed in interior

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  • Don’t expect much change in the property sector from the new government
    list of areas to be tackled in any way for several years Indeed it has said that it will tread slowly when it comes to making changes to any laws and has not mentioned property as a sector which will come under scrutiny just yet In fact the biggest change is an end to change That is the new government is expected to put a stop to sudden and frequent changes to tax rules and other economic policies So what can we expect from the Coalition when it comes to property The market is still only slowly rebounding from the slump which adversely affected so many so the government knows it is wise to not to make any huge changes which could affect that recovery On the other hand help in the form of handouts is also unlikely to be forthcoming thanks to extremely tight state and federal Budgets and rock bottom interest rates as are the changes that many would appreciate such as those to the severe land tax systems No change could be a good thing for property investors For example there are those who wish to see negative gearing where money is borrowed to purchase an investment without the investor receiving enough income from that investment to cover the interest expenses and costs to maintain it tax breaks for property investors removed but thanks to a disastrous attempt to do just that in the 1980s such a change is highly unlikely to happen It is thought that negative gearing benefits may be slightly reduced but not for many years to come Industry experts believe that if changes are to occur it won t be down to the Coalition The economy both in this country and of those across the globe is still rocky which added to the

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  • Pack and Move Your Home Office the Right Way
    at your neighbourhood s flea market but data on the USB drive could be worth millions of dollars So categorize every item into clusters as diverse as Equipment PC printer and router for example Furniture office chair table etc Office supplies and Paintings Having a clear idea of what to pack will help you coordinate better the removalist and prevent monetary and personal inconvenience resulting from item losses How to Efficiently Pack Books Packing your books efficiently makes literary and financial sense because you preserve their shelf life To properly pack your old novels or new drama paperbacks do the following Use small solid boxes Pack the books straight up on their side or with the spines down depending on the books and available space Use crumpled blank newsprint to fill extra space Mark the box and seal it but make sure it weighs fewer than 30 pounds Talk to your removalist and explain the packing and identification procedure you used How to Efficiently Pack and Move Your PC If you live in the Greater Sydney area you can contact a specialist to pack and move your PCs especially if the equipment is new fragile and serves in your business operations Otherwise you can do the packing and moving yourself Talk to your furniture removals company it may refer you to experienced PC removalist in the Sydney metropolitan region To efficiently pack and move your PC Back up your computer especially sensitive data and information contained in a mishmash of areas ranging from emails pictures and saved passwords to financial data music files and business documentation Disconnect the cables Wrap everything and seal it Contact your removalist or drive to the destination address yourself while maintaining a cautious approach to prevent damages to your equipment Recap Don t take your

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